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Wu v Body Corporate 366611 - [2011] 2 NZLR 837

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High Court Wellington
CIV-2009-404-5756
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21 March; 30 May 2011
Asher J
Tort — Nuisance — Body Corporate changed electronic locks denying owners access — Whether capable of being nuisance — Whether unreasonable interference — Whether in breach of Body Corporate rules — Scope of duty to mitigate — Liability of Body Corporate and agent — Damages for consequential losses — Unit Titles Act 1972, ss 9, 15, 16 and 37.
Property law — Unit titles — Body Corporate rules — Ultra vires challenges — Whether rule requiring proprietor to conform to lease in form annexed ultra vires — Whether rule permitting non-proprietors to be members of Body Corporate committee ultra vires — Whether rule giving Body Corporate power to exercise non-attending proprietor’s vote without consultation ultra vires — Whether rule requiring the Body Corporate to appoint building manager on detailed terms very favourable to manager ultra vires — Whether flat charges levied by Body Corporate ultra vires — Unit Titles Act 1972, ss 15, 16 and 37 and schs 2 and 3.
Practice and procedure — Declaratory judgment — Whether sufficient interest to bring claim — Whether Act applies to use of proxies rather than interpretation — Whether form of declaration intelligible — Declaratory Judgments Act 1908, ss 2, 3 and 10.

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